We asked to stay in a "historical" type of place, so were not disappointed in this building. Stairs are slanted, old wooden floors, huge metal keys, etc. Breakfast was filling with a good mix of options (breads, meats, fruits, cereals, cheeses, juices, etc.) Front staff…
This was a 2-night stay with a rest day en route along the Camino. Gorgeous building, full of character. Very central, great spot. We found a micro-brewery right behind the hotel - useful! Our rooms (we had 3 for 5 people) were spacious and light. The restaurant was excellent.…
Close to everything you want to see. Clean and comfortable basic accommodation. If you travel by car make sure to book your parking in advance (underground very close to the hotel). Helpful staff. Traveled in May (no need for AC).
No air conditioning. When told reception, they said, "open your window". Oh, goody, now I can listen to cars, barking dogs and people shouting. Ugh. Rooms are very small and the building is super old. I hate small rooms.
,We stayed in several cities for 2 nights whilst walking the Camino and, therefore chose more comfortable hotels than for our one night stops. Unfortunately, this hotel did not compare well with the hotels we chose in Burgos, Pamplona or Logrono. The staff at reception were…
"ask about air conditioning"
"Inspect the room and bed for signs of bed bugs before accepting it."
"pick an upper floor to avoid street noise"
"It is likely better in the main building."
"Wi-fi, in the annex at least, is only in the public area but will reach to rooms on the first floor."